In a rural town undergoing revival through music, high school students Kanae and Sousuke meet none other than Beethoven and Mozart! Calling themselves "ClassicaLoids," this mysterious duo creates a strange power through the "music" they play.
One night, stars fall from the sky and gigantic robots appear, causing trouble every single day! Bach, Chopin, Schubert also appear as ClassicaLoids. What is the mystery behind the powers they possess? Are they humanity's friend or foe?
Classicaloid is about all the great classical composers brought to life, not exactly but you can see Beethoven and Mozart. They have this mysterious power called musik. As it appears they were made for an unknown reason. It's a very funny and light show with some some action now and then. The best part is Beethoven's unnatural obsession with gyoza. You can relax and enjoy the comedy and the remix of famous classical pieces of music. The art isn't fancy but it goes well with the story. The Classicaloid characters are enjoyable and interesting to watch. Classical music lovers in particular will enjoy this show as they watch the makers of their favorite music acting silly instead of picturing them stiff pieces of wood.read more
I'm not the type of person to sit down and write reviews, but seeing as this astounding show has such a low score here on MAL, I want to clear some things up: While having musical knowledge really gives you an insight on the puns and references, you don't need it in order to enjoy it to its greatest. The jokes are top-quality, the art style is stupendous, and the characters absolutely make this show.
ClassicaLoid is about certain famous composers, such as Beethoven and Mozart, who have been "resurrected" into the modern world. Obviously not as reflections of how they looked in the past, but their characters are based off the personality of the composer they are based off.
Without a doubt, this is definitely a very trippy and wacky show, having more jokes than it does a story. The "plot" is really more of background fodder, which explains why these guys are here, but up here 'til episode 11, it hasn't really had much of an effect on the story itself... Kind of. Whatever the case, this is definitely more of an episodic anime over a storyline one, so every episode has its own little mini "story" and without a doubt, you will always be experiencing one or two laughs along the way. Probably more. Most likely more. At the end of the day, the characters are all just so simply lovable and charming, and they definitely make this a show more than watch-worthy.
Don't let the low score steer you away from this astounding show. It's crazy and weird, but in a good way. This show definitely deserves a wider audience.
I'll edit my review once the show finishes airing to give a better review : >read more